Travel Features

Crescent Hotel & Spa

Crescent-Hotel_Eureka-Springs_ArkansasPerched high on a crest of the Ozark Mountains, the four-story Crescent Hotel stands like a storybook castle.

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Hotel Alex Johnson

Alex-Johnson_HotelSure, most grand hotels have fancy chandeliers, but we’ll wager none have one quite like the Alex Johnson’s—nearly eight feet across and made of Sioux war spears.

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Palace Hotel

palace-hotel_san-fancisco_california_heritage-travel-siteClose your eyes and imagine a Grand Hotel, and you’ve likely envisioned a place much like the Palace Hotel, which has 553 rooms and suites spread over nine floors.

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Irma Hotel

buffalo-bill-irma-hotelIn his day, Buffalo Bill Cody was arguably the most famous American in the world.

No surprise, really, considering the former soldier and frontiersman formed his Wild West show in 1883 and toured the U.S. and Europe for three decades.

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Grand Canyon National Park

grand-canyon-national-park_mule-train-down-canyonArizona has more loops than a calf roper’s convention, and one of my favorites is the Grand Canyon Loop. If you don’t like the scenery in one place, keep going, because a few miles down the road, it’s completely different.

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True West Site Guide

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True West captures the spirit of the American West with authenticity, personality and humor by linking our history to our present. Whether you call it the Wild West, the Old West or the Far West, America's frontier history comes to life in True West, the world's oldest, continuously published Western Americana magazine.

Western movie fans, re-enactors, history buffs and road warriors, we got your history covered: outlaw, cowboy, Indian, lawman, gunfighter, fur trapper, miner, prospector, gambler, soldier, entertainer and pioneer. Check out these True Westerners now!
 

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